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WORLD COINS & MEDALS: GREAT BRITAIN
Lot
Description
Status
7705
Catalogue: Coin Year Book 2020 Lists & values all GB coins from ancient times (before the Roman invasion) to date. Also inc Scotland, Ireland, Channel Is & Isle of Man. S/C 392pgs. New.
 SOLD at A$65
7706
Constantius I 305-306AD billon Follis London c303AD. (9.3g). Laureate & cuirassed bust right rev. Genius wearing modius standing left holding patera & cornucopiae cf S-14034, RIC 98. EF. (P)
 SOLD at A$250
7707
1016-35 Cnut 1d short cross type ca 1029-1035/6. Lincoln moneyer SPEARTINC ON LII. gVF. S-1159. (P)
 SOLD at A$450
7708
1279-1327 Edward I-II 1d London Mint (6), Canterbury (3), Durham these mostly type 10 or later. Edward III 1327-1377 Durham Mint (3), York. Mostly VG-F. (14).
 SOLD at A$300
7709
Anglo Gallic: 1422-61 Henry VI Grand Blanc Aux Ecus. Two coats of arms rev Latin cross. Saint Lo mint mm. Fleur de lis. Elias-288. gVF. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$275
7710
1509-47 Henry VIII Groat. 3rd coinage 1544-7 bust 1 mm Lis. Reduced flan aF/VG. S-2369. (P)
 SOLD at A$170
7711
1561 Elizabeth I 6d 3rd & 4th issue mm Pheon. VG. S-2560. (P)
 SOLD at A$70
7712
1562 Elizabeth I milled 6d, mm Star. Surround around rim VF & still most attractive. S-2596 cat £475. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7713
1566 Elizabeth I 3d mm Portcullis. F. S-2565. (P)
 SOLD at A$80
7715
Charles I 1625-49 1/-, 4th Bust, Tower Mint, group D, Type 39, mm crown (1635-6) F-VF. S-2791 (P)
 SOLD at A$130
7716
1625-49 Charles I 1/- (2) mm Anchor, mm star VF, VG. 1772 George III ½d F. 1773 ¼ no stop after REX aEF/VF. Scarce. S-2796, 2799, 3774, 3775 (4). (P)
 SOLD at A$240
7718
1625-49 Charles I 5/-, first milled coinage Tower Mint 1631-2, mm flower & B by Nicholas Briot. Holed, gF. S-2852. Scarce, worthy of restoration.. (P)
 SOLD at A$400
7719
1642 Charles I Pound Oxford mint, smaller Shrewsbury horseman. King on horseback left trampling on arms, Cannon amongst arms rev legend, denomination & date. Natural flan adjustment at 5 o'clock, sl striking weakness. S-2940. Nice old-time cabinet tone, gF or better. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$7500
7720
ND (1649) Charles I Death & Memorial medal. Armoured & draped bust right rev. Hand issuing from heaven holds a celestial crown, sheep in a landscape below. AE, 50mm by J&N Roettier. Glossy prooflike aU. Eimer 162a. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7721
1653 Commonwealth Crown mm sun. Flan irregular at 9 o'clock & some reverse metal flaw o/w gVF, toned. S-3214 cat VF £2750. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$3500
7722
1658/7 Oliver Cromwell Crown. aF, plugged at 12 o'clock. S-3226 cat F £1950. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$1100
7723
1662 Charles II Crown 1st bust, rose below C's in angles. aVF. S-3350A cat F £350, VF £1650. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$700
7724
1672 Charles II Crown rev mks in first quarter. aVF S-3358 cat VF £700. (P)
 SOLD at A$325
7725
1676 Charles II Octave 5/- VG/F. S-3558.
 SOLD at A$100
7726
1677 Charles II Nono 5/- VG+ S-3358.
 SOLD at A$100
7727
1687 James II Tertio 5/-. Minor adjustment marks, mostly 12 o'clock. EF, grey tone. S-3407 cat £7000. Rare in high grade. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$3500
7728
1689 Coronation of William III medal. Laureate & armoured bust right rev. 5 line legend chronogram within garter. AE, 48mm by P Muller. MI 675/50. Surface roughness, aVF. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$200
7729
1690 William III Orange Association medal. Laureate & draped bust of William III left rev Royal arms. AR, 34mm by W Mossop. Holed at top, VF. Eimer 324. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7730
1690 William III The Dutch Discontents medal. Draped & armoured bust of William III right rev. Absalom hangs by his hair from a tree & his horse gallops away. AE 59mm by I Smeltzing. aVF. MI 700/104. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$250
7731
1691 William & Mary Tertio 5/- Pierced at 11 o'clock aVF/VF. S-3433 cat VF £1850. (P)
 SOLD at A$400
7732
1696 William III Octavo 5/-. Natural rev flan flaw in field, F. S-3470. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$160
7733
1696 William III Octavo 5/-. S-3470 aF. (P)
 SOLD at A$150
7734
1696 William III Octavo 5/-. S-3470. gF. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7735
1697 William III Nono 2/6 Norwich mint small natural flan flaw above King's head. VF. S-3491. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$350
7736
1707 Anne Septima 5/- 2nd bust S-3601 gVF/aEF. (P)
 SOLD at A$1100
7737
1707 Anne Sexto 2/6 gF. Usual adjust marks. S-3605. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7738
1707 Anne Sexto 5/-. E Below bust. S-3600. aVF/VF. (P)
 SOLD at A$425
7739
1709 Anne Octavo 2/6. Minor adjustment mks. Toned VF. S-3604 cat £325. (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7740
1709 Anne 1/-. gVF. S-3610. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7741
1719 Marriage of James III to Princess Clementina medal. Armoured & draped bust right, rev draped bust left. AE, 48mm by O Hamerani. Glossy aU with prooflike fields. Eimer -485 cat £550. (P)
 SOLD at A$400
7742
1720 George I ¼d. VF. S-3662. (P)
 SOLD at A$150
7743
1737 Death of John Conduitt medal. Draped bust right rev Truth introduces Conduitt to Hampden & Newton AE, 58mm, by J S Tanner. Eimer 538 cat £250. Contemporary edge filing, light chocolate aEF. Conduitt was a member of Parliament Master of the Royal Mint & a writer. He was married to Isaac Newton's niece. (P)
 SOLD at A$220
7744
1743 D Septimo George II 5/-. Smoothed in front of king's face, gF or better. S-3688. (P)
 SOLD at A$375
7745
1745 Lima George II 1/-. VF/gVF. S-3703. (P)
 SOLD at A$130
7746
1745 Carlisle Recaptured, Rebels retreat to Scotland Medal Equestrian figure of the Duke left rev Anglia seated left receives an olive branch from the Duke AE, 34mm by A & J Kirk aVF, sl vend. Eimer 598 cat VF £90. (P)
 SOLD at A$60
7747
1746 LIMA George II Crown. VF, once clnd & retoning. S-3689 cat £900. (P)
 SOLD at A$700
7748
1746 VICESIMO George II 5/- gVF sm mark at King's mouth & below chin, ex Proof. S-3690 cat FDC £10,500. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$1500
7749
1746 Lima George II 2/6. F+. S-3695A. (P)
 SOLD at A$100
7750
1746 NONO George II 2/6 Lima under bust. aVF/VF. S-3695A. (P)
 SOLD at A$120
7751
1746 NONO George II 2/6 Lima below bust. gF/aVF. S-3695A. (P)
 SOLD at A$110
7752
1751 George II ½d. Well struck chocolate near UNC. S-3719 cat EF £300, not listed in higher grade. (P)
 SOLD at A$425
7753
1758/7 George II 6d aEF. S-3711 cat EF £165. (P)
 SOLD at A$75
7754
1787 George III 1/-, 1 over 1 retrograde, graffiti obv field, EF. S-3746 cat £400. Scarce. (P)
 SOLD at A$375
7755
1791 Condor Token Hampshire Southampton. AE ½d. Obv helmeted head. Sr Bevois, Southampton, rev shield & arms. Promising Halfpenny. Edge: payable at the office of W Taylor RV Moody & Co. D&H89. Orange & brown. aU/UNC. (P)
 SOLD at A$70
7756
ND (1797) George III Dollar oval countermark with head of George III on obv of Mexico 1796 FM Charles IIII 8 Reales. gVF, c/s EF. S-3765A. (P)
 SOLD at A$650
7757
ND (1797) George III Dollar oval countermark with head of George III on obv of Mexico 1793FM Charles IIII 8 Reales, VF, c/m better. S-3765A cat £375. (P)
 SOLD at A$650
7758
ND (1797-1804) George III Dollar octagonal countermark with head of George III on obv of Mexico 1802FT Charles IIII 8 Reales, VF, C/M F. S-3766 cat £975. (P)
 SOLD at A$1600
7759
1799 George III ½d. S-3778 5 incuse gun ports. Glossy brown UNC. (P)
 SOLD at A$160
7760
1804 George III Bank of England $1. Overstruck on Mexico Ferdinand 1808-10 TH 8 Reales. Bright aEF S-3768 cat VF £300, EF £775 with coins showing date & mm worth more. (P)
 SOLD at A$550
7761
1818LIX George III 5/- aVF. 1821 Secundo George IIII 5/- VF/aVF. 1887 QV Jubilee head 5/- gEF. S-3787, 3805, 3921. (3).
 SOLD at A$300
7762
1818 LVIII George III 5/- EF. S-3787 cat £600. (P)
 SOLD at A$450
7763
1818 George III 2/6. Lustrous. Slabbed NGC AU 58. S-3789 cat EF £525, UNC £900. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$450
7764
(1818-20) George III 5/- enamelled on the reverse in 4 colours. Obverse shaved silver & backing plate added with brooch pin & safety chain. Scarce. (P)
 SOLD at A$120
7765
1817 George III 1/- S-3790 Golden-grey tone aU. (P)
 SOLD at A$180
7766
1819LIX George III 5/- enamelled on reverse in 8 colours brooch mount on obverse. S-3787. Most attractive. (P)
 SOLD at A$150
7767
1819 LIX George III 5/- gEF. S-3787 cat EF £525 (P)
 SOLD at A$500
7768
1820 Rothesay Cotton Works Buteshire 4/6 1820 countermarked on obv Mexico 1819JJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. The small attempted piercing at the base of the reverse shield is the privy mark. Manville 092. Coin F with nice grey tone, countermark VF. Very rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$2200
7769
1820LX George III 5/- VF. 1887 QV Jubilee 5/- gVF. 1897 LXI QV Old head 5/- gF. S-3787, 3921, 3937. (3). (P)
 SOLD at A$250
7770
1820 George III 1/-. aU, attractive steel grey tone. S-3790 (P)
 SOLD at A$250
7771
1820 Death of King George III medal. Draped bust of George III left, rev crown upon a cushion resting on a pillar. WM, 43mm by J Westwood. gVF, sm edge scrape. BHM-1000 noted as RARE. (P)
 SOLD at A$140
7772
1821 SECUNDO IV 5/- Steel grey tone EF. S-3805 cat £700. (P)
 SOLD at A$650
7773
1821 George IV 1/- 1st reverse. Slabbed PCGS MS62. S-3810 cat £600. (P)
 SOLD at A$625
7774
1827 Death of Duke of York medal. Head of Duke of York left, rev soldier with shield mourning by trophy of arms. WM, 45mm by T Halliday. BHM 1276. EF, prooflike fields.
 AVAILABLE at A$60
7775
1829 Oldham Blue Coat School medal. Fa?ade of a building, rev 10 lined inscription within a wreath. AR 54mm by T Halliday. In its original glazed silver frame. BHM-1356. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$350
7776
1834 Abolition of Slavery medal. 12-Lined inscription, rev 3 negroes, 2 kneeling right & one standing left, raising arms to heaven. WM, 32mm by Halliday. BHM-1670. RARE. (P)
 SOLD at A$325
7777
ND QV 6d (1838-87) reverse engraved & enamelled as an 1822 ½ Sovereign in 6 colours (no 6d issued). Scarce. (P)
 SOLD at A$60
7778
1845 QV Young head 5/-, cinquefoil stops gVF. S-3882 cat VF £250. (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7779
1847 QV Gothic Crown. Golden grey tone, few minor hairlines (only visible under a glass), Prooflike fields aU. S-3883 cat EF £3000, UNC £6250. (P)
 SOLD at A$7750
7780
1847 Prince Albert Chancellor of Cambridge University medal. bust of Prince Albert left, rev 7 lined legend. AE, 58mm by GG Adams. Eimer-1417. Cpl tiny rev mks all with considerable underlying lustre. (P)
 SOLD at A$170
7781
1849 QV 'Godless' 2/- without ww. Slabbed NGC. AU details (so described because of a hardly visible obv scr. S-3890 cat EF £450, UNC £900. (P)
 SOLD at A$375
7782
1858 QV Young head 1d No WW on truncation, odd tiny contact mark, chocolate UNC. S-3948 cat £525.
 SOLD at A$300
7783
1845 QV Young head 5/- Toned near EF. S-3882 cat EF £1750 (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$900
7784
1874 Bothwell Agricultural Society Medal. rev engraved 'Presented by Messrs Muirhead & Arthur Jewellers Glasgow for Ponie won by John Hendrie of Maryville.' Has been removed from frame. Silver hallmarked 40mm. (P)
 SOLD at A$80
7785
1875 QV Young head Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d Attractively toned UNC. S-3916 cat £450. (P)
 SOLD at A$375
7786
1886 QV Young head Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. Golden-grey tone UNC in original period case of issue (case excellent condition). (4 coins) (P)
 SOLD at A$350
7787
1887 QV Jubilee head 4/- Roman I in date Cple of tiny contact marks steel grey tone UNC. S-3922 cat £175. (P)
 SOLD at A$140
7788
1887 QV Jubilee head 2/6 Choice Proof. Slabbed PCGS PR64CAM. S-3924 cat £675. (P)
 SOLD at A$950
7789
1887 QV Jubilee head 2/- Choice Proof. Slabbed PCGS PR64. S-3925 cat £500.. (P)
 SOLD at A$650
7790
1887 QV Jubilee head 1/- Proof. Superb reverse. Slabbed PCGS PR63. S-3926 cat £425. (P)
 SOLD at A$450
7791
1887 Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria medal. Crowned & veiled bust left, rev enthroned figure of Empire flanked by standing figures. AE, 77mm by JE Boehm/F Leighton. Eimer-1733. The official Royal Mint issue. Designer initials on truncation have been removed, hardly noticeable. Lovely chocolate colour, gEF. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$250
7792
1887 Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria medal. Diademed & veiled head left, rev inscription within closed wreath. AE, 65mm by J Carter BHM-3232. Prooflike aU with considerable lustre. Cased. (P)
 SOLD at A$160
7793
1887 Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medal. Diademed veiled head left rev Arms of Borough of Croydon. WM, 51mm by J Moore. Prooflike fields, aU. BHM 3261, rated RARE. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7794
1887 Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medal. Diademed veiled head left rev Arms of Colchester. AE, 39mm. BHM-3313. Rated RARE. (P)
 SOLD at A$130
7795
1888 QV Young head ½d. Chocolate aU-UNC. S-3956. (P)
 SOLD at A$120
7796
1889 QV Jubilee head Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. Golden-grey tone UNC in original period case of issue (case excellent condition). (4 coins) (P)
 SOLD at A$325
7797
1890s United Hospitals Athletic Club award medal. 2 figures in cartouche of 11 shields rev Won By within wreath, unissued. AE 70mm 2 rev digs Chocolate EF.
 SOLD at A$50
7798
1890 QV Jubilee head 4/- double florin EF or better much underlying lustre. S-3923 cat £125. (P)
 SOLD at A$80
7799
1892 QV Jubilee Head Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. UNC gunmetal blue tone. (4) (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7800
1895 QV Old head 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d Maundy set. Golden grey FDC. S-3943 (P)
 SOLD at A$300
7801
1895 4 Generations of the Royal Family medal. 1897 QV Diamond Jubilee, rev 4 generations, 1911 Prince of Wales Investiture, 2 diff. AI 38mm by Birmingham, Spink & Son & Vaughtons (2). gVF-UNC. Gio-CM1 (Eimer-1796), CM8a (Eimer-1820), CM30a, CM34a (Eimer-1926). Rare, cat U$200-$300. (4)
 SOLD at A$120
7802
1887 QV Jubilee head 6d Proof. Nice even tone. Slabbed PCGS PR63. S-3928 cat £275. (P)
 SOLD at A$300
7803
1897 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria medal. Bust left crowned, veiled & draped rev Britannia holding radiate crown aloft seated beside British lion. PB, 78mm after T Brock. Eimer 1814. (P)
 SOLD at A$140
7804
1897 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria medal Diademed, veiled & draped bust left before open wreath rev 9 lined inscription over a map of the colonies. Copper plated lead, 69mm. BHM-3585 EF.
 SOLD at A$100
7805
1899 QV Old head 2/6 EF/gEF S-3938 cat EF £90. (P)
 SOLD at A$130
7806
1899 QV Old Head Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. Golden-grey tone UNC. S-3943. (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7807
1901 QV Old head. Practically fully lustrous UNC. S-3938 cat £250. (P)
 SOLD at A$220
7808
1906 KEVII Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. Golden-grey tone UNC in custom Maundy case. (4 coins) (P)
 SOLD at A$300
7809
1911 Investiture of HRH Prince of Wales. Bust facing, rev Welsh arms with dragon supporters & legend 32mm gilt & WM, another with plumes. Coronation of KGV & Mary with Prince of Wales reverse 32mm, all by Vaughtons. Gio-CM27a, b, CM28a, CM31a, CM36b cat U$350-$475. (5) (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7810
1919 Prince of Wales Visit to the United States medal. Uniformed bust right, plumes to right, rev Columbia standing her arms raised in welcome. AE, 63mm by J Flannigan. UNC. Gio-CM44a, Eimer-1968 cat £140. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$140
7811
1920 KGV Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. UNC, lt gold & grey tone. (4) (P)
 SOLD at A$250
7812
1923 Royal Visit to Colwyn Bay medal, rare. 1924 British Empire Exhibition, Colonel of the Welsh Guards, rare. 1925 Visit to William's Town. 1927 Visit to Keswick, very rare. 1928 British Empire Union, rare. 1930 Railway Centenary (2). 1932 Visit to Northern Island. 1936 Daily Dispatch Birthday Club (2). Plaster Corporation 22-33mm in bronze, silvered, gilt, alum, silver, gilt bronze, nickel plated bronze. Wall plaque by Fuller & Co. 1920 Silver & gold fob engraved 'J Phillips for Boxing Presented by HRH Prince of Wales' hallmarked. Gio-CM75b, CM83a,b (gilt), CM89, CM95a, CM119, CM123b, CM127a,b, CM135b, CM176a,b, CM211.1 cat U$770-$1175 (A$1075-$1650) plus 1 unlisted & another rated RARE. (14) (P)
 SOLD at A$450
7813
1924 British Empire Exhibition Wembley. Bust left, rev British lion statant left. AE 38mm by JR Gaunt, 3 reverse varieties. 1932 Visit to Northern Island bust right, rev blank. AE gilt 41mm. 1935 British Empire Day Trial Strike. Bust left, rev wreath. AE Piedfort? 39mm by J Pinches. Giordano excessively rare. Gio-CM85 large & small rev types (Eimer-1998), CM86b, CM136, CM137 cat U$500-$900. (5) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$350
7814
1924? Bronze plaque bust of Edward left, converted to wall hanger by addition of small bronze ring. 833g, 185mm dia. EF.
 SOLD at A$100
7815
1925 Visit to South America medals: Argentina, The British Society in the Argentine Republic cupro-nickel, 31mm. Head left, rev inscription. AE gilt 30mmx35mm. Head right, rev Royal arms with arms of Argentina. AE 51mm. Chile, lion with crest & motto above, rev hovering condor. AE 28mm. 1931 Visit to Buenos Aires. Bust facing, rev inscription. EF-aU. Gio-CM106a, CM106.2, CM107a, CM108a, CM131 cat U$350-$500. (5) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$200
7816
1926-33 British Empire Union medals. Draped bust of the Prince of Wales left, rev antique galley seen through the archway of a stone bridge above radiate sun. All dated 24 May with following years. 1926 AI, 27 AI, AE (2), 28 AI, AE, 29 AI, AE, 30 AI, AE, 31 AI, AE, 32 AI, 33 AI, AE. 12 With ribbon 39mm by J Pinches, Eimer-2004. 1932 & 33 are particularly scarce-rare. Mostly gVF-EF. Gio-CM112a, CM118a, b (2), CM124a, b, CM126a, b, CM128a, b, CM130a, b, CM133.2 (but AI), CM136.2 AE & AL (unlisted) cat U$420-$750. These medals were given to school children. Cost vendor $540+, purchase receipts enclosed.
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7817
1928 KGV Wreath 5/- UNC S-4036 cat £750. (P)
 SOLD at A$500
7818
1928 KGV Wreath 5/- Fully lustrous UNC. S-4036 cat £750. (P)
 SOLD at A$500
7819
1929 Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society Show prize medal. Bare head of George V left The Southern Society HM King George V Patron, rev Awarded HRH The Prince of Wales KG at Nottinghamshire Agricl Society's Show 1929 for His Bull Lenton Royal Crest. Silver 51½mm by Pinches, London. aEF. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7820
1929 KGV Wreath 5/- Slabbed NGC AU58. S-4036 cat EF £500 UNC £850. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$400
7821
1930 Trade Dollar KM-T5. Lustrous UNC. (P)
 SOLD at A$600
7822
1933 KGV Wreath 5/- gEF. S-4036 cat EF £300. (P)
 SOLD at A$300
7823
1935 Royal Visit to Guernsey souvenir KGV Jubilee 5/- in official case presented by Guernsey Brewery to Prince of Wales on his visit July 24 1935 in original case. 'Jewellers & Silversmith's Company Ltd, High Street, Guernsey' printed inside the lid. Together with the Official Souvenir Programme with pictures of Edward VIII, Major-General Broadbent, VG Corey, KGV & listing of events during his visit. cf Gio-141. VGC. Both items very rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$200
7824
1936 KEVIII fantasy Crown, 38mm, plain edge, gold plated brass? Die test coin (centre weakly struck/not struck up), obv contract o/w as struck, by ICB. Probably unique. Gio FM119var. Cost vendor $490. (P)
 SOLD at A$150
7825
1936 KEVIII medallic Crown, plain edge, St George & Dragon reverse, Piedfort, in copper, 38mm, by ICB. Near UNC. Probably unique. Gio FM119var. (P)
 SOLD at A$120
7826
1936 Coronation of KEVIII. Collection of badges in bronze, gilt bronze, enamelled, silvered, tin, WM. All diff. VGC. Gio CM181.6, CM308 (no pin), CM322.2 (gilt), CM323, CM325, CM333.1 (tie pin), CM334, CM335, CM336, CM338.2var (2), CM338.3, CM338.3var, CM338.12var, CM338.14var (2), CM338.17 cat U$315-$675. Vendor cost $420+. (17) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$250
7827
1936 KEVIII Crown (fantasy Crowns) Head right with Roman numeral date rev stylised Wyon St George & Dragon. Milled edge. 38.6mm Antique bronze, gold coated alloy, experimental trial metals not proceeded with, mintage 2 of each. Rev Wreath Crown trial on thin copper blank, not proceeded with, mintage 20 by INA. Normal dates rev 1937 Double Florin 36mm in white metal made to look circulated, mintage 25 by Portland Mint. Nickel plated brass 1936 40mm. Proof like. Gio unlisted. (5)
 SOLD at A$150
7828
1936 King Edward VIII 2/- (fantasy) Head left rev Britannia standing. Obv design by DRG (D R Golder). Milled edge in pewter. 30mm by INA. Unique Proof like. Reverse lead squeeze of the above. Lead trial of the 2/6 Great Britain flag reverse, probably unique. Gio see FC51, FC53. (3) (P)
 SOLD at A$80
7829
1936 Abdication of KEVIII Farewell Address medal. 1d Stamp & 22-line inscription, rev 30-line inscription. Bakelite, 114mm holed for suspension by Clang Ltd. aU. Gio-CM343a, BHM-4272. Scarce.
 SOLD at A$80
7830
1936 Abdication of KEVIII medal. Crowned draped bust left, rev 13-lined inscription. AR matte, 52mm by LE Pinches, London. UNC. Gio-CM350c, BHM 4276. Vendor cost $190+. (P)
 SOLD at A$100
7831
1936 Abdication of KEVIII medal. Crowned draped bust right, rev inscription within wreath. AR matt, 51mm by Turner & Simpson Ltd. aU, original case, spots. Gio-CM353c, Eimer 2040 cat £150. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$120
7832
1936 The 3 Kings of 1936 medallion set of 3. KGV Jubilee medal, KEVIII Abdication medal & KGVI Coronation medals. AE silvered, 35mm by JR Grant. EF, plating worn. In original case, case flts. Gio-CM356b cat U$200-U$500. Scarce set.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7833
1936 The 3 Kings of 1936 set of 3 medals. 1935 KGV Jubilee, 1936 KEVIII Abdication & 1937 KGVI Coronation. Hallmarked WHH (W H Hasler Ltd) 1936 silver matt finish, 32mm. UNC. Gio-CM357a1, BHM-4365. Scarce. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$200
7834
1936 Drama of Great Britain 3 Kings in Year 1936 set of 3 medals. 1935 KGV Jubilee, 1936 KEVIII Abdication & 1937 KGVI Coronation. Bronze, 32mm by W H Hasler. UNC. Gio unlisted but see CM357, BHM-4365. Very rare set. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7835
1936 The 3 Kings of 1936 set of 3 medals. 1935 KGV Jubilee, 1936 KEVIII Abdication & 1937 KGVI Coronation, rev blank. Silvered bronze, 32mm by W H Hasler. This early set uses CM219 obv UNC. Gio-CM357a2, BHM-4365. Very rare. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7836
1936 Year of the 3 Kings medallic pin back brooch of King George V, George VI & Edward VIII on original card (corner missing) in gilt & enamel, another silvered & enamel (not on card) (20mmx56mm). Bracelet of 7 silvered & enamel uniface medals depicting KEVIII R linked into a bracelet with catches each end 19mmx175mm. Gio-CM360a var (2), CM267b for obv design. (3) (P)
 SOLD at A$120
7837
1936 Great Britain KEVIII Crown, (Fantasy) 38mm, plain edge, in silver plated copper by INA. Mintage less than 5. Gio FC017var.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7838
1936 Great Britain KEVIII (Fantasy) probable trials in copper. Sovereign 22mm, Double Sovereign 28mm & 5 Pounds 36mm. Plain edge, St George & Dragon reverse. By London Mint. See Gio FC43, FC44, FC45 for similar type. (3)
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7839
1936 KEVIII medals (fantasy Crowns) Head left & date with plain edge rev MODEL, for all countries. 39mm. Aluminium, copper piedfort, sterling silver, silver plated copper piedfort. Obv design by PM (Percy Metcalf). Spots on the silver plated copper. Proof like. Gio unlisted. Mintage only 7 of ea. Vendor cost $317. (4)
 AVAILABLE at A$75
7840
1936 KGV Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. mottled tone, UNC in original period leatherette plush case (case scuff on lid). (4 coins) (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7841
ND (c1936) KEVIII Medal Trial Strikes in bronze. Obv bare head draped left, rev blank. 32mm, 42mm with intaglio impression on reverse by Cameograph Co Ltd. 35mm British Empire Day trial strike, 27mm (2 diff) by J Pinches, 32mm AE Uniface Cameograph with head facing right by J Pinches. Gio-CM77a var (32mm), CM78, CM79, CM80b, CM81, unlisted cat U$425-$575 plus 2 unlisted. Vendor cost $440+. Scare-Rare. (6) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$250
7842
ND (c1936) KEVIII medals (fantasy Crowns) Head left with plain edge for all countries. 44mm pewter trial uniface by INA mintage 3. 39mm with MODEL reverse copper piedfort, sterling silver, Barton metal normal & piedfort, golden alloy, obv design by DRG (Donald R Golder). Sterling silver mintage 25, others mintage from 3 to 9. Some with toning, Proof like. Gio unlisted. Vendor cost $522. (6)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7843
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Crowned draped bust right, rev legend in wreath with shields of Great Britain & Dominions. AE, 51mm by A Fenwick. Crowned bust left, rev Westminster Abbey. Gilt, 33mm by HW Miller. Small bust variety. Rare. aU, 1st toned. Gio-CM197a (BHM-4304), CM 226bvar. (2) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$120
7844
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Crowned robed bust right, rev inscription within wreath on which are shields of Great Britain & The Dominions. AI, AE gilt, AR hallmarked, AI 39mm, others 38mm by A Fenwick. gEF-UNC. Gio-CM196a,c,d, BHM-4304. Vendor cost $174. (3)
 SOLD at A$90
7845
1937 Sculptured Relief Wall Plaque, large & impressive. Bareheaded, uniformed bust with epaulettes 3/4 right, rev plain. In Bronzealite 160mm by Arthur Glover in its original card box of issue. aU. Gio-CM179b.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7846
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Bust right mostly with crown & robes. Various reverse inc crown, legend & wreath, Britannia & tablet & roses. All but 1 with ribbon. Silver, alum, gilt, WM & bronze. 26mm to 36mm dia. aU-UNC. Gio CM191c, CM194a,c (on card holder), CM200a,b (2 diff), CM207.1 rare, CM214a (with top bar & crown), b (with top bar), CM223a,bc (with top bar) cat U$400-$675 plus 3 unlisted. Vendor cost $430+. (12) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$240
7847
1937 KEVIII Crown (fantasy). Head left muled with unissued reverse design not proceeded with. 39mm, milled edge zinc coated alloy, hand-pressed. Lead trial Crown with gaunt bare head left & St George & dragon reverse. Made from 2 unique trial strikes & joined together. 38mm, plain edge in legend. Both by INA. Unique. Gio unlisted, FC12 cat US$200-$500. (2)
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7848
1937 KGVI 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d Maundy set. Prooflike UNC. S-4086. (P)
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
7849
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. crowned robed bust left & right, variety of reverses inc legend & wreath, ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, crown, Britannia, Dominion scrolls & ship. WM, silver, alum, copper, gilt, bronze, 23mm-38mm. EF-UNC. All diff. Gio-CM199a, CM201d, CM202a,b,c, CM202var (rev as CM195), CM203a,c, CM206a, CM210, CM211, CM214b, CM221a,b,b var, CM222b, CM225.1a, CM232, CM234, CM235a var (26mm) cat U$550-$950 (A$770-$1330). (20) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7850
1937 Abdication of KEVIII medals. Bare head right, rev legend on a wide border. Crowned robed bust right (2 diff finishes), reverses blank. AR, 32mm, by WH Hasler Ltd. The last hallmarked. Gio-CM219b var, CM220b,c. aU or better. All very scarce. (3) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7851
1937 Coronation shield-shaped plaque. Bareheaded draped bust right, rev Intaglio impression of obverse. Compressed cardboard with top layer of bronze. 297x445mm by Metcraft. Small dents to base point, cpl small marks. Impressive. Gio-CM245.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7852
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Crowned draped bust left, rev 5 allegorical figures of the continents standing with linked hands around a globe. AE, AE silvered, 55mm by HB Sale Ltd. aU. CM257A,B. (2) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$140
7853
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Crowned & robed bust left & right. Various reverses inc Royal Arms, School Arms, legend & Britannia. Cupro nickel, bronze enamelled, gilt, bronze, brass, alum 23mm-38mm. All with red, white & blue ribbon & all but the last with top bar. EF-UNC. Gio CM260a, CM261a, CM267b, CM270a,b,c, CM277a, CM278a. Vendor cost $320+. (8)
 AVAILABLE at A$160
7854
1937 Coronation of KEVIII. Badges, tie pins, buttons, brooches all on original souvenir cards. Scarce thus, souvenirs all GC, some cards a bit tired. Gio CM268, CM269.1, CM269.2,var, CM290var, CM295.1 others unlisted. Vendor cost $350+. (12)
 AVAILABLE at A$180
7855
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medals. Crowned & robed bust right, rev Britannia standing holding a wreath, arm outstretched towards Westminster Abbey. All diff. gVF-aU. Silver & bronze, 26mm-51mm. Gio-CM227b, CM279c, CM280a,c, CM281b, CM283a (AE). Vendor cost $380+. (5) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$200
7856
1937 Coronation of KEVIII. Collection of badges, stick pins, tie pins in silver, gilt & enamel. All G-VGC, all diff. Gio-CM293, var, CM294var, CM309.1, CM311 var, CM311.1, CM312, CM314. CM315 (on fob chain), CM316 (2), CM317, unlisted, CM319b, on card, var (30x40mm), CM321, CM321.2 on card, CM322.1 cat U$500-$980 (A$700-$1350) plus 6 unlisted. Vendor cost $550+. (20) (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7857
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medal. Draped bust left, rev inscription. AE, 81mm by L Hujer. Gio CM300 cat U$200-$500, Eimer 2042 cat £160. Made in Austria which Edward VIII had recently visited. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7858
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medal. Head left, rev date above crown, legend around. AE, 60mm by J Tautenhayn. Cased. aU, sm spot. Gio-CM301a cat U$150-$200, Eimer-2043 cat £160.
 AVAILABLE at A$120
7859
1937 Coronation of KEVIII medal. Head left, rev date above crown, legend around. AR, 60mm by J Tautenhayn. Minor field scuff gEF. Gio-CM301b, Eimer 2043 cat £325. (P)
 SOLD at A$250
7860
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Crown. (Fantasy) 38mm, Plain edge, Proof, gold veneered copper by INA. This metal was a trial not proceeded with. Mintage less than 10. Gio FC18var.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7861
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Trial Wreath Crown. (Fantasy) 38mm, Plain edge, silver plated copper, prooflike by INA. Mintage less than 5. Gio FC19var.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7862
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Trial Wreath Crown. (Fantasy) 38mm, Plain edge, Proof, gold veneered copper by INA. Trial not proceeded with, mintage less than 10. Gio FC19var.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7863
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Wreath Crown, (Fantasy) legend with IND IMP, 38mm, plain edge, Proof, blackened copper, by INA. One of kind trial, verified by Peter Jackson. Unique. Vendor cost $560+. Gio FC20avar. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
7864
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Double Florin, (Fantasy) 36mm, plain edge, silver plated copper by INA. Prooflike. Mintage less than 5. Gio FC021var.
 AVAILABLE at A$75
7865
1937 Great Britain KEVIII Double Florin, (Fantasy) 36mm, gold veneered copper by INA. Prooflike. This metal was a trial only & was not proceeded with. Mintage less than 5. Gio FC21var.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7866
1937 KEVIII fantasy 3d, bareheaded bust left, 21mm. (Fantasy) AE gilt & bronzed. 1d 30mm AE matt, copper bright & toned. Plain edge. Gio FC46a, FC46b, FC47, FC47var (2). Vendor cost $250+ (5)
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7867
1937 KEVIII medals (fantasy Crowns) Head left & date with plain edge rev MODEL, for all countries. 38-39mm. Copper piedfort, sterling silver, gold plated copper piedfort, cupro-nickel. Obv design by DRG (Donald R Golder) Some with toning, Proof like. Mintage only 7 of ea. Gio unlisted. Vendor cost $$374. (4)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
7868
1937 KEVIII medals (fantasy Crowns) Head left & date with plain edge rev MODEL, for all countries. 39mm. Copper piedfort, gold plated copper piedfort, cupro-nickel, silver plated copper piedfort. Spots on the copper. Some with toning, Proof like. Mintage only 7 of ea. Gio unlisted. Vendor cost $263. (4)
 AVAILABLE at A$90
7869
1937 KGVI 5/- to ¼d Proof set of 15 coins inc Maundy set in original case of issue 5/- sm obv spot, all coins lightly toned. S-PS16 cat £425. Conservative reserve as Maundy set alone sells for $300+.
 SOLD at A$400
7870
1937 KGVI 2/- to 1/4d Proof set of 15 coins inc Maundy set in original case of issue. Light toning. S-PS16 cat £400.
 SOLD at A$350
7871
1951 KGVI Maundy set 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d. Prooflike. UNC. S-4091. (P)
 SOLD at A$275
7872
1972 Memorial Medallion. Bust of Edward left, rev 12-lined inscription. Oval 95mmx108mm. Black basalt by Wedgwood, No. 117 of 2000. Gio-CM388. A boxed example realised £200 in the Giordano Sale in 2010.
 AVAILABLE at A$100
7873
2016 QEII 5pence Trial of the Pyx silver Proof. Sealed, in a unique collection folder which inc the verdict from the trial of the Pyx, Certificate of Authenticity & a book on Goldsmiths Hall. One of just 7 coins returned from the Trial of the Pyx ceremony.
 SOLD at A$240
7874
2017 QEII 1/20oz Britannia Trial of the Pyx silver Proof. Sealed, in a unique collection folder which inc the verdict from the trial of the Pyx, Certificate of Authenticity & a book on Goldsmiths Hall. One of just 10 coins returned from the Trial of the Pyx.
 SOLD at A$240
7875
2017 QEII 50p 1/4oz Britannia Trial of the Pyx silver Proof. Sealed, in a unique collection folder which inc the verdict from the trial of the Pyx, Certificate of Authenticity & a book on Goldsmiths Hall. Sm tear to card folder. One of just 10 coins returned from the Trial of the Pyx ceremony.
 SOLD at A$240
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